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Nº. 6

October 4, 2019 

The large list of waiting patient for a cornea donation can be resolved by cornea transplant new 3D technique printed with bioink

New 3D printed cornea.Great hope to  patients waiting for transplant 

 Revolutionary 3D technique using bioink, printed corneas similar to human ones…Read more.

Preterm babies are surviving in ever-increasing proportions, are more premature at birth and have fewer sequela. Preterm babies new paradigm is needed

The smallest of the small healthy baby born. A new paradigm is needed

Never before had such a fragile baby survived! Saybie was born by cesarean section at 23 weeks of pregnancy, as her mother had a… Read more.

Palliative care universal access denied by WHO: Lancet Global Health, predicts that by 2060, 48 million people (47% of all deaths) will die without it

More than 47% of people will die without palliative care

A report from King’s College in London, published in The Lancet Global Health, predicts it. WHO has excluded it from basic care! …

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HIV fight new achievements

UK who has achieved the target against HIV epidemic convened an international cities meeting

Now delegates from more than 300 municipalities joined the global Fast-Track Cities conference on urban HIV in LondonRead more.

Are human rights institutions worldwide initiatives, to stop political prisoners forced organ harvesting effective? China continues leading organ transplant

China breached international criminal law

China abuses in this and other fields have been published by our Observatory (for example frauduent trials scandal). On the other hand harvesting organs... Read more.

German Ethics Council statement about germline intervention overlooks current use of embryos in this line of research

German Ethics Council statement about germline modification

The German Ethics Council now presents a comprehensive ethical investigation into possible interventions in the genome of…

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